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Old 06-18-2013, 12:00 AM   #11
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Take a look at the Walther PPS.

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Old 06-18-2013, 12:49 AM   #12
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Take a look at the Walther PPS.
Agreed. Walther PPS is extremely nice...XDs is as well. Either of those get my vote.
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You might want to consider a holster instead of a gun. I am a big guy with a big belly. I have no problems carrying a full size 1911 with a belly band holster. Wearing nothing but shorts and a T shirt. It's not the fastest way to draw a gun but it's a lot faster than running to the car.

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http://whichgun.com/pistols/sort_by:ccw_factor/sort_direction:desc/limit:50

Good source for guns info
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Kahr PM 9... or save two bills and get the CM 9

Dimensionally I don't think there a smaller 9 available from a "reputable" builder.

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One I've been looking at and have heard great things about and is best bang for buck, is the Sccy CPX2. Double stack under 1"width. Beat that! Lol

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I like my little Sig 938 a lot. It's pretty small though.

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I have the SCCY-cpx2 and I really like the gun. Feels great in the hand and conceals pretty darn easily. I'm small and carry IWB about 4:00 with no issues. The fact that it is a double stack (staggered 10 round) still does not make the gun bulky. I have small hands and the grip fits me perfectly.

Just my 2 cents but figured it couldn't hurt to let you know. Good luck on your choice because there are some excellent choices out there. The M&P Shield is a great gun also. If I could afford it I'd probably own 4 or 5 of those smaller nines.

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Kahr PM 9... or save two bills and get the CM 9

Dimensionally I don't think there a smaller 9 available from a "reputable" builder.

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The Kahrs should definitely be checked out.
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Thanks for the good suggestions. I'm a Glock guy by tradition, with the M&P Shield being the exception. I don't know if I can bring myself to buy another Shield in another caliber despite how happy I've been with it.

I think the 26 is the way I'm going. Thanks for the suggestions!

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